Navtech are proud to be shortlisted as finalists for the Highways Awards 2023, Major Project Award in recognition of our contribution to the UK Stopped Vehicle Detection (SVD) Retrofit Programme.
About the award
The Highways Awards are UK industry awards, judged by a panel of experts. The Major Project Award, is presented to the team responsible for the successful delivery of a major project with proven innovation, quantifiable impact and environmental consideration.
Navtech like to thank the Smart Motorways Programme Alliance (SMP Alliance) for making the submission. Navtech Radar is named alongside the collaboration of organisations involved in the delivery of this significant programme including National Highways, Jacobs, WSP, Balfour Beatty plc, BAM/Morgan Sindall, and Costain.
About the project
The SVD retrofit programme is the largest deployment of radar-SVD technology worldwide. Delivered to an accelerated timescale, it covers 200+ miles of All Lane Running UK smart motorway, across 23 schemes. Navtech’s radar technology is one part of National Highways SVD system; each part of the system must work together to achieve safer roads.
SVD radar installed roadside as part of the UK stopped vehicle detection retrofit programme l Image © copyright Navtech Radar
UK SVD retrofit programme deployment: Navtech engineers work at night-time to minimise any impact on journey times and congestion-related CO2 emissions. l Image © copyright Navtech Radar
About Navtech Radar
Navtech’s ITS technology is deployed on highways and in tunnels from Sweden to Australia, New Zealand and America. We work together with road authorities, concession owners and partners world-wide to advance safety and improve journeys. With in-house research and development, production, project and service delivery teams we have the expertise to deliver reliable, high performing systems. We’ve been supporting ITS technology in continuous operation since 2010, improving road safety in poor visibility when you need it most.